Noticed it was a bit slow with threads recently and wanted to secure myself with time, then got caught up in work. Anyhow, I can suggest a few things.
First off, about your last comment about not being in US or Japan, that is just for the "Hide CDR Media" option in the CCD tray.
Secondly, the place to turn on emulation is once you select the imagefile you want, click next, and you will see a list of profiles. Right click the one you need and you will see a right click menu appear with an edit option. Click on edit and a properties window will pop up. One of the options will be labeled Weak sectors followed by a drop down menu box. In it are options to Ignore, Amplify, or Emulate. Select Emulate and click OK. Then move on to next to finish the routine and try burning the image file.
Thirdly and lastly, you can open Windows explorer and find the CloneCd folder, by default this is under C:\Program Files\CloneCD and look for a sub folder called profiles. I would not advise you to double click this file to open it in the event you have a Borland or any compiler software installed, just open the profile you need in notepad. You will see a line of text that says:
where X is a numer either 0, or 1, or 2
If it is a 2, then leave it, otherwise make it equal 2.
That will set that particular profile to emulate. Then just open clonecd and burn away with the edited profile, you need not do anything else.
About the WinOnCD, if you find it that would help a lot.